MR Tiltbrush experience for UTS Open Day

UTS Insearch commissioned us to create a Mixed Reality (MR) experience for UTS Open Day where students could get creative in Google Tiltbrush. Around 70 people got to play in VR and their handiwork was shown live on the big screen. 

The best way to describe the Tiltbrush experience is "using Photoshop in VR" but nothing beats a live mixed reality video to show how fun this is. The system comprised a pop-up "chromaroom" greenscreen, a hand-held MR camera rig, a workstation where our hosts could publish screenshots and videos, and a videowall to draw the crowd in. Look out for more MR experiences as we develop our rig for future productions.

Check out the online archive of screenshots and videos from the event.


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